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2018-10-24 13:48 by Karl Denninger
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Note the arrows (which I added.)

This package never went through the postal service; none of the stamps are canceled.

So what's going on here?  This was obviously not mailed and yet it allegedly got into the "mail stream" -- you can't just walk into a commercial office building and magically make that package appear in the mailman's delivery area.  Never mind that for "common" businesses (like the one I used to run) the mail carrier is the one who brings that stuff up to your suite -- not some building employee -- because it is not at all uncommon for one or more mail pieces to require a signature or have some other form of supervised delivery.

Did CNN along with these other alleged "destinations" intentionally perpetrate a coordinated hoax to try to claim that "someone" is "bombing" them?  Let me guess -- those alleged "bombs" are full of kitty litter!

I don't know if that's true or not -- but what I do know is that this package never went through the mail system and did not come into the building and enter the building mail stream via the USPS letter carrier.

There is no plausible explanation for how it came to be in CNN's "incoming mail" given that the stamps on the alleged "piece of mail" are not canceled.

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